|Cock o' the Walk Canned Fruit|
Never heard of this brand,I dont think.But is kinda funny.Has a pretty catchy tune,and pokes fun at fat people as well.Must be from the 1960s,cause it contains Sucaryl,which was cyclamate.Was banned in about 1970,due to potential health risks.Too bad,because Cyclamate was the best tasting of those crappy artificial sweeteners.
Keywords: Classic TV Commercial; 1960s; Morbidly Obese Dancing Women
|Clips from The Steve Allen Show - Steve Allen|
A selection from The Steve Allen Show. These are only clips. Some of the quality is low, and I apologize, but this is the best I have. Items 1, 2, 3, 6 and the finale are from The Steve Allen Plymouth Show, Season 5, Episode 28 from May 16, 1960. The show included guest stars Ginger Rogers, Henny Youngman, Tony Bennett and Errol Garner. The other items are from The Steve Allen Show, Season 3, Episode 5 from October 20, 1957.1. Henny Youngman and Steve Allen suggest that a feminine comedi...
Keywords: ginger rogers; AVup; steve allen; henny youngman; tony bennett; ginger; rogers; the steve allen show; comedy; tv; television; classic television; singing; dancing; variety; show
|Chance of a Lifetime - Misc 1955 episode|
An episode of the 1950s talent contest series "Chance of a Lifetime", which was hosted by Dennis James. This episode features a traditional pop vocalist (Dolores Leigh), a tap-dancer (Little Buck) and a female folk singer (Jo Mapes). (if anyone knows the exact date of this episode, please let me know)
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Talent Show; Talent Contest; Old; Tap-Dancing; Tap Dancing; Singer; Tradtional Pop; Folk Music; Folk Singer
|Dinah Shore New Years Eve 1961 - The Dinah Shore Show|
Dinah Shore hosts a New Year's Eve special with guests Ginger Rogers, George Burns and Nat King Cole.
Keywords: ginger rogers; nat king cole; george burns; dinah shore; dinah shore show; 1961; new years eve; musical; variety; tv; television; classic tv; classic television; singing; singer; dancing; comedy; comedian
|''The Arthur Murray Party'' - 15 February 1954|
An episode of that popular 1950's TV series "The Arthur Murray Party". This show aired on ABC for the first few months of its broadcast as Arthur Murray Party Time, then moved to the DuMont Television Network, ABC, CBS, DuMont, CBS, NBC, CBS, and finally NBC (in that order). This episode features special guest Johnnie Ray, a hugely popular singer who was still in the closet at the time. This episode had been uploaded before, but that upload vanished for reasons unrelated to copyright...
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Television; 50s; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; 50s TV; 1950s TV; 50's TV; 1950's TV; 50s Television; 50's Television; 1950s Television; 1950's Television; Dancing; Dance; Musical Performer; Johnnie Ray; Oldies Music
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|Fragment from ''The Big Beat''|
From circa 1959, this is a fragment from an episode of "The Big Beat", a New York City local program that aired on WNEW. The existing fragment begins and ends very abruptly. This particular episode was hosted by a nervous Bobby Darin, and includes segments of teens dancing to records, contestants for a beauty contest, and commercials. If you decide to upload this to another website, I request that you make it clear that this is only a fragment and not a complete episode...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Dancing; Rock and roll; The Big Beat; Bobby Darin; Local television; Partially lost film
|''The Comedy Hour'' - 24 December 1950|
This is an episode of "The Comedy Hour", sponsored by Frigidaire. The performers in this episode include comedian Bob Hope, actor Robert Cummings, harpist Robert Maxwell, opera singer Lily Pons, tap-dancer Betty Bruce, and a speech by Eleanor Roosevelt. Lots of comedy, music, dancing and heavy-handed talks about "freedom" (please let me know if the video plays back OK. Also, please note that on several occasions the kinescope print appears to have sprocket hole damage).
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; 1950; Early Television; Bob Hope; Robert Cummings; Bob Cummings; Robert Maxwell; Lily Pons; Betty Bruce; Eleanor Roosevelt; Comedy; Music; Dance; Dancing; Sprocket hole damage; Black and white; tap-dancing; opera singer; harpist; Frigidaire; Kinescope; Christmas; Choir; Singer; Dancer; NBC; Live television